A hearing, announced in a notice of consultation, is a meeting where people can voice their opinions on the topic. A hearing is often used for new broadcasting licence applications, major policy issues or amendments to its broadcasting and telecommunications regulations. You can send written comments, and you can make a request to speak at the hearing.
If you wish to speak at a hearing, you must file a written request, when you submit your intervention, and must:
- include the reasons why your intervention will not suffice and an appearance is necessary;
- indicate in your cover page if you require communications support such as assistive listening devices and sign-language interpretation, to be able to appear, so that we can make the necessary arrangements.
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